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Lanarkshire

New Lanark brought to fame by Robert Owen who transformed life with new ideas and opportunities. Child labour and corporal punishment were abolished and villagers were provided with decent homes, schools and evening classes, free health care, and affordable food. For the wildlife enthusiast the woodlands, open glades and pathways are haunts for foxes, roe deer, owls and sparrowhawks while along the Clyde there can be found herons, kingfishers and otters. Visit the Leadhills Mining Museum to learn all about the fledgling sciences of mineralogy and crystallography, or even pan for gold in the local streams. For the historian learn more of William Braveheart Wallace, from one of the museums in Biggar. The historic burgh of Lanark was the location of the first meeting of the Scots Parliament in 978. Today it is one of the most important towns in The Clyde Valley, and has a bustling market. Lanark Market is one of Scotlands largest farming markets.


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Mountview Caravan Park


Abington
Tel: 01864 502808
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Newly opened in 2003 Mount View Caravan Park is situated in an ideal location for that overnight halt when travelling north or south in to or out of Scotland. Just 1 mile from junction 13 of the M74 at Abington. Handy for visiting Glasgow and Edinburgh, every pitch has a 16 amp hookup. Nearby there...

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Marshill Farm


Blackwood
Tel: 01555 860257
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The campsite is surrounded by farmland, with plenty of areas for you to explore on country walks. Dogs are allowed on the site as long as they are kept under control as the farm is a working farm. We have male and female toilets with showers on the site. Good pubs about a mile away, taxi...





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